During the deployment phase of your web service application, one of the junior team members ignores your directions and installs the Internet Information Services (IIS) server after installing the .NET Framework. Now, none of your application pages are loading correctly, and IIS records multiple errors.
Based on the scenario above, how do you restore your application to a functional state?
Reinstall the .NET Framework using the dotnetfx application matching your version number.
Run the aspnet_regiis tool to correct IIS file mappings.
Restart IIS to trigger automatic re-creation of the application domain.
Re-create the IIS virtual directory associated with your application.
Update the application web.config file to add a <framework> version tag.
Actually Microsoft should be responsible for this situation, it happened frequently.
Normally you could solve your problem via choice 2. If it is not working, you can use choice 1 instead.
Sometimes choice 5 is working too.
thanks, will have a try. btw, choice 5 does not work for me.
u foreign shit?